While it's a holiday arguably celebrating imperialism here in the US, there's a whole world online that's still busy at work. RWW has covered the top Web 2.0 sites in a wide variety of countries, but the continent of Africa has not been covered. The must-read blog Black Looks posted today on a Flickr chart of African Web 2.0 company logos assembled by African entrepreneur
Neville Newey (update - my bad, got two people mixed up) Erik Hersman, who goes by the handle White African. Newey was the creator of Muti, a Digg type site for news about Africa, among other things. If you're interested, I interviewed Newey last year here.
Check out the chart with links in the iframe below, or if you're viewing in a format that doesn't work well with the iframe, in the static image below the fold. See conversation and pending additions to the list at WhiteAfrican.com.